Private rented sector schemes of 31 and 15 storeys at Princes Dock within Liverpool Waters will be on the agenda when the city council’s planning committee meets on 8 August.
Also on the list is the demolition of the Copperas Hill police station and its replacement by student accommodation, and a housing scheme on Peel land off Speke Hall Lane.
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Architect: Brock Carmichael
Scheme: Hive is Your Housing Group’s PRS brand. Lexington Tower, Moda Living’s 304-apartment 34 storey scheme designed by Falconer Chester Hall, has already secured consent on a neighbouring plot.
Architect: Hodder + Partners
Scheme: On completion, the £21m Plaza 1821, which is Peel’s first PRS project, will be bought by Regenda and managed by its subsidiary Redwing Living.
Developer: Study Inn
Architect: Design Buro
Floors: Six to seven
Scheme: Student accommodation, including 111 self-contained studios and 16 clusters of apartments. The existing police station will be demolished.
Land off Speke Hall Avenue
Masterplanner: Randall Thorp
Site: 13 acres
Scheme: The land, immediately north of Liverpool John Lennon Airport, was previously the Dunlop Sports & Social Club and was bought by Peel in 1999. Speke FC used it before being disbanded in 2005. The site was previously consented for business use.